In the latest candidate forum for the most crowded City Council race slated for February 24, the topics were supposed to be housing, education and the economy. But after nearly all of the candidates in the race had their candidacies threatened by technical objections raised by the front-runner, Ken Mitchell, many in the race wanted Read More
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